Now in its seventh year, the 2022 INDE.Awards, the most prestigious Awards program in the Indo-Pacific region, is off to a flying start.
15 February, 2022
Now in its sixth year, the 2022 INDE.Awards is off to a flying start. As the most prestigious architecture and design awards program in the Indo-Pacific region, the INDE’s is a program that attracts the best of the best. In doing so, the awards demand a jury with the breadth of expertise to be able to assess projects that are each outstanding in their own right.
For 2022, we are pleased to welcome our largest and most iconic jury members to date. They are highly skilled and bring with them unique experiences and perspectives, with a diversity and range of practice that reflects the rich cultures and architectural vernaculars of the Indo-Pacific.
This year, we welcome back many past jurors who have now been part of the INDE family for a number of years, helping to shape the program into what it is today. These returning faces include James Calder (Global Director, ERA-Co), Shashi Caan (Director, IFI), Leone Lorrimer (National Practice Leader, GHDWoodhead), Daliana Suryawinata and Florian Heinzelmann (Founders, SHAU), Chan Ee Mun, Director, (Director, WOHA) and Luke Yeung, (Principal, Architectkidd ).This experience is strengthened by a new cohort who bring their own expertise on areas including healthcare and educational design, sustainability and low impact design from countries, communities and cultures from across the region.
Whare Timu, Principal of Warren and Mahoney in Aotearoa New Zealand, is one such addition to the INDE.Awards 2022 Jury. Speaking to his involvement in the program, he notes that “it’s exciting to be involved in a distinguished award programme such as the INDE. Awards… I’m excited to be invited to collaborate with other influential design thinkers and doers, with each bringing their own unique sense of design approach and attitude, particularly towards sustainability, building technology, and cultural process and tradition. The INDE. Award platform is known to bring forth some of the best and most innovative work in the world, and that is both inspiring and captivating.”
It’s time to meet this exceptional group of architects and designers face-to-face, as they join us from the Indo-Pacific, and indeed, from across the globe:
Sarah Bader, Principal, Gensler – Japan
Akshat Bhatt, Principal Architect, Architcture Discipline – India
Shashi Caan, Director, IFI – USA
James Calder, Global Director, ERA-Co – Australia
Chui Lai Judy Cheung, Co-founder, Cheungvogl – Hong Kong, China
Chan Ee Mun, Director, WOHA – Singapore
Zhenru Goy, Director, Goy Architects – Singapore
Jefa Greenaway, Director, Greenaway Architects – Australia
Florian Heinzelmann, Founder, SHAU – Indonesia
Wendy Leung, Associate, M Moser – China/Australia
Leone Lorrimer, National Practice Leader, GHDWoodhead – Australia
Sanjay Puri, Principal Architect, Sanjay Puri Architects – India
Asha Sairam, Principal, Studio Lotus – India
Daliana Suryawinata, Founder, SHAU – Indonesia
Maria Warner Wong, Design Director and Co-founder, Warner Wong Design and WOW Architects – Singapore/UK
Whare Timu, Director, Warren + Mahoney – New Zealand
Luke Yeung, Principal, Architectkidd – Thailand
Adding to the expertise of the 2022 Jury is a shift in their process that mirrors the specificity of some of our award categories. In particular, we are introducing a dedicated jury to assess both The Object and The Graduate respectively. Each of these sub-juries have been selected for their practice as it relates to product and industrial design or architectural education.
Khai Liew, Principal Khai Liew – Australia
Raj Nandan, Founder, Indesign Media Asia Pacific – Australia
Brodie Neill, Founder and Principal, Brodie Neill – UK/Australia
Elaine Ng Yan Ling, Founder, The Fabrick Lab– Hong Kong
David Teh, Director, Pakatan Reka Arkitek (PRA) – Malaysia
Tiana Jane Furner McBeath, Architectural Graduate, BVN – Australia
Alice Hampson, Director, Alice Hampson Architect – Australia
Elisapeta Heta, Associate Principal, Jasmax – New Zealand
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